Elan Wellness Center Debuts its Theralase Therapeutic Laser System to Relieve Back, Muscle, and Joint Pain

Keeping up with the latest technological advances, the Elan Wellness Center introduces its own Theralase therapeutic laser system. An advanced treatment protocol which helps to eliminate neck, back, joint, and muscle pain.

Dr. Christine Rogers, the head of a Tampa chiropractic care facility, announced her practice is now using the revolutionary Theralase therapeutic laser system. The technology of cold laser therapy care is in its infancy, but early studies conclude the science will greatly benefit individuals suffering from a variety of ailments and injuries.

“Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is the use of therapeutic (or cold) laser light to provide relief from pain, eliminate inflammation (swelling) or to repair damaged tissues. LLLT is entirely non-invasive and has a wide range of applications, from neural muscular skeletal conditions to wound healing to acupuncture treatments. Rather than destroying tissue, as with surgical (or hot) lasers, LLLT uses low intensity laser light energy to stimulate cells through a number of known cellular pathways in order to encourage tissue healing,” the medical device manufacturer explains on its company website.

Elan Wellness Center, a leading Tampa chiropractic care facility embraces state of the art technology, with cold laser therapy being the most advanced to date. The new system provides relief from a number of common pains, ailments, and injuries.

“Neck and back arthritis, torticollis, lumbar disc herniation, lumbar spinal stenosis, frozen shoulder, Rotator cuff injury, tennis and golfers elbow, carpal tunnel, thumb and finger sprains, TMJ problems, groin pull, sciatica, shin splints, knee pain and problems, Achilles tendonitis, ankle sprains, heel spurs, Plantar fasciitis and many other conditions,” according to Dr. Dale Forsythe, a chiropractic practitioner with more than 40 years of experience.

The Theralase therapeutic laser system works by applying monochromatic laser light in wavelengths ranging from 600 to 950 nm. Cold laser therapy lasers have many advantages over hot lasers, including, but not limited to: being drug free, non invasive, virtually pain free to the patient, ease of application without side effects, and, a 90 percent efficacy.

Elan Wellness Center states its primary focus remains on its patients’ well being and that is why the chiropractic practice brought the new technology into its care facility. As new scientific protocols become available, the chiropractic care center intends to implement each one as they become available.